Annual Report of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Volumes 26-36

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Women's Educational and Industrial Union., 1880
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Page 42 - ... and have complied with the provisions of the statutes of this commonwealth in such case made and provided, as appears from the certificate of the president, treasurer and directors of said corporation, duly approved by the commissioner of corporations and recorded in this office: now, therefore...
Page 58 - Association, with the powers, rights, and privileges, and subject to the limitations, duties, and restrictions, which by law appertain thereto. Witness...
Page 42 - Massachusetts, do hereby certify that said [the names of the subscribers to the agreement of association], their associates and successors, are legally organized and established as, and are hereby made, an existing corporation under the name of [name of the corporation], with the powers, rights and privileges, and subject to the limitations, duties and restrictions, which by law appertain thereto.
Page 54 - Laboratory, for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a laboratory or station for scientific study and investigation, and a school for instruction in biology and natural history, and have complied with the provisions of the statutes of this Commonwealth in such case made and provided, as appears from the certificate of the President, Treasurer, and Trustees of said Corporation, duly approved by the Commissioner of Corporations, and recorded in this office; Now, therefore, I, HENRY B.
Page 18 - VOLUME III. The Living Wage of Women Workers. A study of the Incomes and Expenditures of 450 Wage-earning Women in the City of Boston. By Louise Marion Bosworth, Fellow in the Department of Research. Edited with an introduction by F. Spencer Baldwin, Ph.D., Boston University. 1911. 8vo. Cloth. Price, $1.00 net. Postage extra.
Page 55 - Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston. Vocations for the Trained Woman : Opportunities Other Than Teaching. 1910 Appointment Bureau. Bulletins. 1 Probation Work 2 Advertising 3 Home and School Visiting 4 Publishing House Work 5 Poultry Raising 6 Proof-reading 7 Real Estate 8 Industrial Chemistry 9 Bacteriological Work 10 Interior Decoration 11 Medical Social Service 12 Organizing Charity 13 Social Service for Children 14 Settlement WorkYoung Women's Christian Association, 65 S.
Page 58 - Its articles of incorporation specify that it is for the purpose " of increasing fellowship among women, in order to promote the best practical methods for securing their educational, industrial, and social advancement.
Page 66 - II. Labor Laws and their Enforcement, with Special Reference to Massachusetts. By Charles E. Persons, Mabel Parton, Mabelle Moses and Three "Fellows.
Page 14 - A man should say, I am not concerned that I have no place, I am concerned how I may fit myself for one. I am not concerned that I am not known, I seek to be worthy to be known.
Page 52 - Christianization of women in foreign lands, etc., with a capital of an amount not established, nor divided into shares, and have complied with the provisions of the statutes of this Commonwealth in such case made and provided, as appears from the Certificate of the President, Treasurer, and Directors of said corporation, duly approved by the Commissioner of Corporations, and recorded in this office: Now, therefore, I, Oliver Warner, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, DO HEREBY CERTIFY,...

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